|Price Per Unit|
|Top Ingredients||Chicken Meal, Pea Flour, Tapioca Starch...||Chicken Meal, Pea Flour, Tapioca Starch...||Chicken Meal, Pea Flour, Tapioca Starch...||Chicken Meal, Pea Flour, Tapioca Starch...||Chicken Meal, Pea Flour, Tapioca Starch...|
|Food Flavor||Herbs & Spices, Catnip||Herbs & Spices, Catnip||Seafood & Fish, Salmon||Poultry, Turkey, Duck||Seafood & Fish|
|Special Diet||Gluten Free, Grain-Free||Gluten Free, Grain-Free, Limited Ingredient Diet, High Fiber, Natural||Gluten Free, Grain-Free, Limited Ingredient Diet, High Fiber, Natural||Gluten Free, Grain-Free||Gluten Free, Grain-Free|
|Health Feature||Dental & Breath Care||Dental & Breath Care||Dental & Breath Care||Dental & Breath Care||Dental & Breath Care|
My picky female cat absolutely hates these, she sticks her nose up at them every time I get the treat jar, my male cat on the other hand flips out getting zoomies before calming down enough to climb the cat tree to get to where I leave them.
The only one out of the Emerald Dental brand my cat would eat is the salmon and he only ate two out of that. He loves catnip flavor but would not even touch those. Why is it that dog treats can be pliable and soft to chew but cat treats have to be hard as rocks? My cat does not eat hard bones! And of all the cats I have had in the past, I've never seen them chew rawhide.
My cat's absolutely love these. All I have to do is shake the bag and they come running. They even fit in my interactive cat treat toy.
I have fed it to my house cats and the feral cats that stop by to eat. My house cats don't like it but the feral cats do.
My one year olds were a bit hesitant to eat these. I started snapping them in half and giving these with other healthy treats a few times a day when they are being cute. Now they love them and are eating about 6 a day. So don’t give up if they aren’t thrilled at first. Mix it in with some freeze dried turkey livers etc ( lol) they just may start to love them !!
I've come to learn that foods/treats marketed as good for teeth are often not. Considering the carb content and that carbs turn to sugar, I wouldn't say this is good for teeth. A mistake on my part for the purchase.
After I said an illness my cat became very picky about her treats. I was thrilled to find these for her because they are gluten-free and she loves the taste of both the catnip and Salmon!
My two cats like the other flavors, but not this catnip flavor.
Two of my cats love getting treats and the other could care less. The two who love treats turned their nose up and walked away. The dogs did vacuum the unwanted treats up.
My Kodi isn't super finicky but he wouldn't even try one of these.